Global Premier Soccer alumni player Daniel Munch is proving his worth at the highest collegiate level. The former GPS NPL player is now plying his trade for Division 1 powerhouse Northeastern University.
The Freshman from Burlington Massachusetts has started every game so far this season including starts against Cal and the #1 ranked Stanford. Daniel also played a massive role in the Huskies 2-1 win over the #12 ranked team University of Massachusetts Lowell in front of a record crowd of 2,000 people.
Northeastern University Head Coach Chris Gbandi said; “The GPS guys should be very proud their boy Munch really has been a huge hit for us so far. He started and play close to 70mins against both Cal and #1 Stanford on our West Coast trip”.
Munch played for GPS Coaches Steve Schechter, Alex Brame, Peter Bradley and Matt Hardiman and played his school soccer at BB&N under Coach Jesse Sarzana.
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